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Old Posted Jul 3, 2014, 2:36 PM
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The only one we know for certain that wasn't already announced as having started is St. James Place. But there's so much either proposed, in the demo phase or starting construction that it's hard to keep up with. Maybe the pause over the past few weeks will give us all a chance to catch our breath.
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Do these pictures mean there will be an observation deck in the building?
What building is this?
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What building is this?
609 Main at Texas
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Old Posted Jul 3, 2014, 5:51 PM
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BisNow's got a number of aerials from the Woodlands in their latest newsletter, getting us up to date on all the new construction - which is substantial. I'm not even sure all these buildings are listed in the database.





New proposals that might not have been posted here earlier include Three Hughes Landing (not the Exxon Mobil pair of buildings) and a hotel; both have yet to break ground. And the Westin is off an running...
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from an uncredited photographer at Bisnow

Great shots of Hughes Landing and environs...captures the sheer magnitude of the ExxonMobil Campus.
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Old Posted Jul 4, 2014, 6:44 AM
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The strip center at Kirby & Richmond will be demolished, residential development by Patrinely Group to take over the 3.7-acre site. Tenants begin moving out towards the end of the year.



http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/h...ond-and-kirby/
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The strip center at Kirby & Richmond will be demolished, residential development by Patrinely Group to take over the 3.7-acre site. Tenants begin moving out towards the end of the year.



http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/h...ond-and-kirby/
Only residential? This may end up being low/mid rose apartments..?
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Only residential? This may end up being low/mid rose apartments..?
Guessing residential only. Across Kirby and maybe a block north, this office/retail/residential or hotel development was proposed:



Haven't heard much about it, still thinking they are trying to get all the permits in order.
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They are going to knock everything down but the Pappasitos on the corner? Are they going to build around it? I hope Khyber Grill (lone building on far right with red awnings) has plans to relocate. Great Indian food.
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Updates c/o Triton/TritonHouston

1111 Travis



Flagship Holiday Inn





Central Bank Building



Alexan Midtown





Elan Heights



100 Waugh



21 Eleven







One Grove Street



San Felipe Place



2929 Weslayan + Cranes



Pearl on Washington



Air Liquide Centre



Bunker Hill & ZaZa Memorial City

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Another Office for the Energy Corridor - Greenhouse Corporate Centre











http://www.moodyrambin.com/listings/...te-centre-3-4/
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The facade of the Flagship Holiday Inn is looking sharp.
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I'm not exactly liking the tan panels; the average LaQuinta is tan and orange, and it is both horrible and apparently a pattern for certain older buildings in Dallas/Fort Worth.

Did any of you Syracuse basketball fans get the inside humor of the Pearl on Washington development?
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This Business Insider article slipped beneath the radar last week, but adds to the pile of news reports touting Houston's Number 1 status...

18 Facts That Make Houston The Best City In America
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GRB Convention Center Redevelopment: More renderings.





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great finds Urb! holding off on posting the 7200 Main project?
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great finds Urb! holding off on posting the 7200 Main project?
Yep. Hoping someone can confirm it first.
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Old Posted Jul 9, 2014, 2:15 PM
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What's 7200 Main? Sounds like it's down near the Astrodome.

Also, who's responsible for the Chevron renderings and are they releasing any of this to the media?
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GRB Convention Center Redevelopment: More renderings.

Is that office space for the Convention and Visitors Bureau or a different use?

Incidentally, I noticed Beyonce shows up in one of the renders.
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